Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal look to be back in form and will aim to make it 4 straight EPL wins for the first time this season as they will be welcoming London rivals Crystal Palace to the Emirates Stadium.
In 22 Premier League meetings between these two teams, Arsenal have won 13 games, while Palace have won just 3 matches, while 6 games ended in a draw. 3 of the last 4 meetings between these two teams have ended in a draw.
Arsenal will be without Gabriel Martinelli and Thomas Partey due to injury, while Gabriel will miss out due to a positive COVID-19 test. Crystal Palace will be without Mamadou Sakho, Jeffrey Schlupp, Wayne Hennessey, Connor Wickham, and Nathan Ferguson due to injury, while Scott Dann, Gary Cahill, and Martin Kelly will are major doubts for this clash.
Arsenal are on the rise, picking up maximum points in their last 3 matches, including a convincing win against Chelsea, Palace, on the other hand, have been inconsistent, but in derbies, the form is thrown out of the window. This clash could end in another draw.
You can catch the game live on DSTV channel 203, SuperSport Premier League on Thursday, January 14 2021, by 9 pm Naija time.